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If there are any Queen projects or Queen related albums which you feel should be included in the Queen Discography timeline please send me a message and I will see if it can be added to this music section. There are many Queen records which may be imports, bootlegs or rare productions and I am not going to list ecery one of these here. My thoughts are that the section should be for releases that everyone can avail of and purchase, i.e. standard commercial releases.

 

About the Queen Discography

Queen one of the most innovative bands to have hit the music scene. Queen combined a mixture of hard rock, live extravagance, with great songwriting and excellent musicianship. With Freddie Mercury as their lead singer, Queen had probably the best voice in rock. Also, with Brian May on lead guitar you had a rich orchestrated guitar sound with unmistakable sound. Read More About Queen (band)…

 

How Many Queen Albums are there?

Queen had the following number of albums ;

15 Studio albums
11 Live albums (including “Live around the World” with Queen + Adam Lambert which was released October 2020).
15 Compilation albums
7 EPs
72 Singles
2 Soundtrack albums
19 Box sets

 

What are the Top 10 Queen Albums?

This is always a discussion topic. Based on the polls on my site, the albums, Queen II, Sheer Heart Attack, A Night at the Opera,  A Day at the Races, Queen Greatest Hits 1 and Innuendo are always top of the board when it comes to poll results. The number of sales for these albums is hard to get right as with online downloads, streaming and historical sales the figure changes daily. The @QueenWillRock tag is listed on Spotify streaming results weekly and Queen are constitently in the Top 3 each week with on-average about 8 million streams per week. Queen are a phenominal band and they continue to entertain around the world.

I am currently running a series of polls to determine the Best Queen Songs on Each of their Studio Albums and these results are released on my YouTube channel every few weeks. 

 

Is there a list of all the Queen songs ever recorded?

Yes, I have a full List of Queen Songs A-Z  <- just click the link!

 

If you have any other questions about the Queen Back Catalogue / Discography which you would like to see answered on this page please let me know…

 

Sours: https://shanemcdonald.ie/queen/queen-discography/

Queen Albums & Singles Timeline

July 197313th : Queen6th : Keep Yourself AliveFebruary 1974 14th : Liar (USA)
23rd : Seven Seas Of RhyeMarch 19748th : Queen II October 1974 11th : Killer QueenNovember 19748th : Sheer Heart Attack January 1975 17th : Now I'm HereJuly 1975 15th : Keep Yourself Alive (reissue) (USA)October 1975 31st : Bohemian RhapsodyNovember 197521st : A Night At The Opera 1976The Best Of Queen (South Korea) April 1976 17th : Bohemian Rhapsody (reissue) (USA)
Now I'm Here (reissue) (Japan)
27th : Killer Queen (reissue) (USA/Japan)June 1976 18th : You're My Best FriendNovember 1976 12th : Somebody To LoveDecember 197610th : A Day At The Races 1977  March 1977 4th : Tie Your Mother Down
25th : Teo Torriatte (Japan)May 1977 20th : Queen's First EPJune 1977 7th : Long AwayOctober 197728th : News Of The World7th : We Are The ChampionsJanuary 1978 We Will Rock You (France)February 1978 7th : We Are The Champions (reissue) (USA)
10th : Spread Your WingsApril 1978 25th: It's Late (USA/Japan)October 1978 13th : Bicycle RaceNovember 197810th : Jazz January 1979 26th : Don't Stop Me NowApril 1979 27th: Jealousy (USA)May 1979 Mustapha (Europe)June 197922nd : Live Killers29th : Love Of My Life (live)August 1979 24th: We Will Rock You (live) (USA/Japan)October 1979 5th : Crazy Little Thing Called Love1980The Best Of Queen (Poland)
The Best Of Queen (South Korea)Crazy Little Thing Called Love (reissue) (USA)January 1980 25th : Save MeMay 1980  30th : Play The GameJune 198030th : The Game August 1980 22nd : Another One Bites The DustNovember 1980 18th: Need Your Loving Tonight (USA/Japan)
24th : FlashDecember 19808th : Flash Gordon 1981Queen (East German compilation)Another One Bites The Dust (reissue) (USA)
Killer Queen (reissue) (Venezuela)October 1981 26th : Under PressureNovember 19812nd : Greatest Hits 1982 Body Language (reissue) (USA)April 1982 19th : Body LanguageMay 198221st : Hot Space June 1982 1st : Las Palabras De AmorJuly 1982 Calling All Girls (USA)
Staying Power (Japan)August 1982 9th : Back ChatNovember 1982 Staying Power (USA)198415 Of The Best (USA) January 1984 23rd : Radio Ga GaFebruary 198427th : The Works April 1984 2nd : I Want To Break FreeJuly 1984 16th : It's A Hard Life
30th: You're My Best Friend (reissue)September 1984 10th : Hammer To FallNovember 1984 26th : Thank God It's Christmas1985Queen Live (Japan)
Queen Live In Concert (New Zealand)
The Golden Collection (Netherlands)
Thank God It's Christmas (Brazil) November 1985 4th : One VisionMarch 1986 17th : A Kind Of MagicApril 1986 7th: Princes Of The Universe (USA)June 19862nd : A Kind Of Magic9th : Friends Will Be FriendsAugust 1986 26th Pain Is So Close To Pleasure (USA)
Princes Of The Universe (Australia)September 1986 15th : Who Wants To Live Forever
One Year Of Love (France/Spain)October 1986 Princes Of The Universe (Japan)December 19861st : Live Magic 1989Love Of My Life (South Korea) May 198922nd : The Miracle2nd : I Want It AllJune 1989 19th : Breakthru'August 1989 7th : The Invisible ManOctober 1989 9th : ScandalNovember 1989 27th : The MiracleDecember 19894th : Queen At The Beeb 1991Golden Queen (South Korea)We Will Rock You (Rick Rubin) (USA)January 1991 14th : InnuendoFebruary 19914th : Innuendo March 1991 4th : I'm Going Slightly MadMay 1991 13th : HeadlongSeptember 1991 5th : These Are The Days Of Our Lives (USA)October 199128th : Greatest Hits II14th : The Show Must Go OnDecember 1991 9th : Bohemian Rhapsody (reissue)1992 We Are The Champions (reissue) (USA)February 1992 6th: The Show Must Go On (USA)March 19922nd : Classic Queen (USA) May 199226th : Live At Wembley 1986We Will Rock You (live) (Europe)September 199215th : Greatest Hits (USA)Who Wants To Live Forever (reissue) (Netherlands)1993  April 1993 19th : The Five Live EP1994 Don't Stop Me Now (reissue) (France)
We Are The Champions (reissue) (Netherlands/Belgium)March 19958th: Queen At The BBC (USA) October 1995 23rd : Heaven For EveryoneNovember 19956th : Made In Heaven December 1995 11th : A Winter's Tale1996The Very Best Of Queen (Canada) February 1996 26th : Too Much Love Will Kill You
I Was Born To Love You (Japan)May 1996 We Are The Champions (reissue) (Netherlands)June 1996 17th : Let Me LiveAugust 1996Live Magic (USA) November 1996 18th : You Don't Fool Me
Don't Stop Me Now (reissue) (Japan)February 199714th : The Best I and The Best II (France) November 19973rd : Queen Rocks November 199818th : Greatest Karaoke Hits (Japan) January 1998  5th : No-One But YouJune/July 1998 We Are The Champions (reissue) (France)November 1998 14th : Another One Bites The Dust (Small Soldiers remix)November 19998th : Greatest Hits III December 1999 6th : Under Pressure (Rah Remix)2000  Bohemian Rhapsody (reissue) (Japan)
Princes Of The Universe (reissue) (Netherlands)June 2000 28th: In Vision (Japan) July 2000 17th : We Will Rock You (Queen + Five)2002 Heineken 'Queens Day' CD-Rom (Netherlands)May/June 2002 We Are The Champions (reissue) (France)October 2002 We Will Rock You ('The Sun' promo)November 200211th : We Will Rock You (cast album) 2003 Amandla (download)
Invincible Hope (download)
Another One Bites The Dust (reissue) (France)March 2003 17th : Flash (Queen + Vanguard)June/July 2003 We Will Rock You (reissue) (France/Germany)December 2003 Another One Bites The Dust (Queen + Annie Crummer) (New Zealand)January 2004 28th : Jewels (Japan)I Was Born To Love You (reissue) (Japan)April 2004 Solo Por Ti (No-One But You) (Queen + Eva Maria) (Spain)June 20047th : We Will Rock You (Spanish cast album) August 200417th : Greatest Hits - We Will Rock You (USA)
23rd: Greatest Hits I - Bohemian Rhapsody (Iran) October 200425th : Queen On Fire - Live At The Bowl January 200526th : Jewels II (Japan)46664 : One Year On EP (download)March 2005 19th: No-One But You (Queen + Kerry Ellis) (download)
21st : One Vision (reissue) (France)May 200530th : We Will Rock You (German cast album)17th : We Will Rock You - Around The World EP (download)June 2005 1st : We Will Rock You (reissue) (Japan)August 2005 29th : Reaching Out / Tie Your Mother Down (live) (Japan/Europe)September 200519th : Return Of The Champions (Queen + Paul Rodgers) October 2005 31st : It's A Beautiful Day (Techno Remix) (download)December 2005 19th : Bohemian Rhapsody EP (download)2006Europe Live / Europe Live Platinum (Queen + Paul Rodgers) April 200611th : Stone Cold Classics (USA) June 2006 14th : We Are The Champions EP (download)December 2006 11th : Another One Bites The Dust (Queen + The Miami Project)July 200710th : The A-Z Of Queen Volume 1 (USA) October 200729th : Queen Rock Montreal29th : Keep Yourself Alive (live) (download)September 2007Artist Karaoke Series (USA) December 2007Queen Collection (Brazil)1st : Say It's Not True (Queen + Paul Rodgers) (download)
31st : Say It's Not True (Queen + Paul Rodgers) (CD)2008Queen Collection 2 (Brazil)We Will Rock You (live) (reissue) (Germany)February 200827th : In Vision 2008 (Japan) September 200815th : The Cosmos Rocks8th : C-lebrity (Queen + Paul Rodgers)April 200926th : Queen Rock You (newspaper freebie)18th : Queen's First EP (reissue) (USA)June 200915th : Live In Ukraine (Queen + Paul Rodgers) November 200916th : Absolute Greatest15th : We Will Rock You (reissue) (Italy)December 2009 14th : Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen + The Muppets) (download)2011We Will Rock You (Italian cast album) January 20113rd : Greatest Hits and Greatest Hits II CD reissues February 2011 27th : Stormtroopers In Stilettos (download)March 201114th : Deep Cuts Volume 1 and 40th Anniversary reissues of Queen, Queen II, Sheer Heart Attack, A Night At The Opera and A Day At The Races April 2011 16th : Stormtroopers In Stilettos (vinyl)
16th : Keep Yourself Alive (reissue) (USA)June 201127th : Deep Cuts Volume 2 and 40th Anniversary reissues of News Of The World, Jazz, The Game, Flash Gordon and Hot Space September 20115th : Deep Cuts Volume 3 and 40th Anniversary reissues of The Works, A Kind Of Magic, The Miracle, Innuendo and Made In Heaven October 201215th : We Will Rock You (10th Anniversary cast album) November 2012 13th : We Will Rock You Vonlichten (Queen + Vonlichten) (download, USA)December 2012 3rd : We Will Rock You Vonlichten (Queen + Vonlichten) (download, UK)June 201311th : Icon (USA) September 20148th : Live At The Rainbow '74 November 201410th : Forever3rd : Let Me In Your Heart Again (William Orbit Mix)November 201520th : A Night At The Odeon27th : Bohemian Rhapsody (reissue)November 20164th : On Air
18th : Greatest Hits and Greatest Hits II vinyl reissues4th: We Will Rock You (fast) (download)October 2017 6th: We Are The Champions (raw sessions) (download)
6th: We Will Rock You (raw sessions) (download)November 2017 24th: We Are The Champions / We Will Rock You (UK)January 202015th : Greatest Hits In Japan (Japan) 
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We've ranked Queen's albums from worst to best because they remain so present in the news and their fans’ hearts these days that it’s pretty hard to believe singer Freddie Mercury has been gone for decades now.

You can credit not only the charismatic Mercury for this state of affairs, but also guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor, who, despite the absence of retired bassist John Deacon, have maintained Queen’s name in lights with the help of other singers, including Free and Bad Company legend Paul Rodgers and American Idol alum Adam Lambert.

But above all else, you can credit Queen’s enduring relevance to the timeless music they recorded with Mercury across 15 studio albums released between 1973 and 1995. They became stars not just for the quality of the music, but also their willingness to follow their muse and experiment, succeeding more often than not. The records represent the incredible diversity of the group, ranging from operatic bombast to glam to hard rock to stadium-rousing anthems to camp to funk and disco – and that's just the hit singles – with no two records sticking to a particular formula.

With all due respect to 1979's Live Killers; Rodgers' lone collaboration with May and Taylor, The Cosmos Rocks; Mercury's 1985 solo LP, Mr. Bad Guy; and 2014's Queen Forever, our worst-to-best ranking of Queen studio albums includes only those made by the original lineup.

You Think You Know Queen? 

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Queen discography

Cataloguing of published recordings by Queen

For the discographies of individual members of Queen, see Freddie Mercury discography, Brian May discography, and Roger Taylor discography.

Queen discography
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Studio albums15
Live albums10
Compilation albums16
EPs2
Singles72
Soundtrack albums2
Box sets11
Other releases1

Queen are a British rock band, whose classic line-up consisted of vocalist and pianist Freddie Mercury, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and bassist John Deacon. Founded in 1970, Queen released their self-titled debut album in 1973. Despite not being an immediate success, they quickly gained popularity in Britain with their second album Queen II in 1974.[1] Their 1975 single, "Bohemian Rhapsody", was No. 1 in the UK charts for nine weeks (and a further five weeks in 1991 after Mercury's death) and is the third-biggest-selling single of all time in the UK.[2] In the US, "Bohemian Rhapsody" hit the Billboard Top 40 charts in three different decades, reaching No. 9 on its original release in 1975, No. 2 in 1992 after being featured in the film Wayne's World, and hitting the Top 40 once more in 2018 upon the release of the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. The 1981 compilation Greatest Hits is the biggest-selling album in UK history, with 6 million copies sold by 2014. The 1991 compilation Greatest Hits II is also one of the UK's top ten biggest-sellers of all time, with 3.8 million copies sold by 2012.[3]

In 1972, Queen signed a production deal with Trident Studios.[4] Later in their career, Queen signed a record contract with EMI, and Elektra in the United States. The band would remain with EMI for the rest of their career, although in 1983 they terminated their American contract with Elektra and signed with Capitol Records. However, in 1990, they terminated their US contract with Capitol and signed with Disney's Hollywood Records,[5] which has remained the current owner and distributor of Queen's entire music catalogue in North America.[6]

In 1991, Queen's entire catalog was remastered and released by Hollywood on CD in the United States, and thirteen albums (all studio albums up to The Works, as well as Live Killers and Greatest Hits) were remastered at Abbey Road Studios and released on CD and cassette in the United Kingdom between July 1993 and March 1994. Queen's entire album back catalog was remastered and re-released in the UK and the rest of the world (excluding the US) through 2011 to commemorate their 40th anniversary (as well as being the 20th anniversary of Mercury's death). The 2011 remasters were released by Universal's Island Records label, as the band's contract with EMI Records ended in 2010,[7] and then on SACD by Universal Music Japan, between November 2011 and April 2012. In an interview with BBC Wales, Brian May announced a new compilation album titled Queen Forever, which was later released by Hollywood Records in November 2014.[8]

In 2012, Queen were ranked as being the seventh-biggest-selling singles artist in United Kingdom with 12.6 million singles sold.[9] In a time period stretching from 1991 up to October 1995, Queen sold five million copies in Italy alone.[10]

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Studio albums[edit]

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Compilation albums[edit]

Notes

  • A^Greatest Hits charted originally at number 5 on the Compilation Albums Chart, but the remastered version in 2011 qualified for an entry on the Top 200 Albums Chart when it peaked at number 56 in March 2011.[14]
  • B^Greatest Hits II charted originally at number 1 on the Compilation Albums Chart, but the remastered version in 2011 qualified for an entry on the Top 200 Albums Chart when it peaked at number 57 in March 2011.[14]

^ Before 2011 compilation albums were not listed on the Top 200 Albums Chart in France, but instead on a separate chart for compilation albums only. The French chart positions here for the compilation albums are their peak positions on the French Compilation Albums Chart.

Box sets[edit]

^ Before 2011 compilation albums were not listed on the Top 200 Albums Chart in France, but instead on a separate chart for compilation albums only. The French chart positions here for the compilation albums are their peak positions on the French Compilation Albums Chart.

Extended plays[edit]

Singles[edit]

1970s[edit]

1980s[edit]

1990s[edit]

2000s[edit]

2010s[edit]

Promotional singles[edit]

As featured artist[edit]

Promotional singles

Chart re-entries[edit]

Collaborations and other appearances[edit]

Year Album/single Collaborator Comment
2002 Party at the PalaceVarious ArtistsQueen appearance on the live album include the songs "God Save the Queen", "Radio Ga Ga", "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions" performed with contribution from various artists. The DVD release also included "Bohemian Rhapsody".[72]
2004 46664: The EventVarious Artists Queen appearance on the live album spawned on three CD's include the songs "Say It’s Not True", "Invincible Hope", "46664: The Call", "The Show Must Go On", "Is This the World We Created", "Amandla", "Bohemian Rhapsody", "I Want It All", "I Want to Break Free", "Radio Ga Ga", "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions". Performances featured a number guest of musicians on lead vocals.[73]
2005 46664: One Year OnVarious Artists 4-track EP includes a new song "Invincible Hope" credited to Queen + Nelson Mandela
2011 Sucker Punch: Original Motion Picture SoundtrackVarious Artists The album features a mashup of the songs "I Want It All" / "We Will Rock You" credited to Queen With Armageddon AKA Geddy
2012 A Symphony of British MusicVarious Artists The album features live tracks "Queen Medley: Day-O/Brighton Rock" and "We Will Rock You", the latter featuring Jessie J on lead vocals
2018 Beside Bowie: The Mick Ronson Story The SoundtrackVarious Artists The album includes Queen + David Bowie performances of the songs "All the Young Dudes" and "Heroes" from The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert
2020 Artists Unite for Fire Fight: Concert for National Bushfire ReliefVarious Artists The album includes Queen + Adam Lambert performance of the song "Hammer to Fall"

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References[edit]

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  5. ^"Queen Signs With Disney, Raising Hope For Cd Releases". Chicago Tribune. 13 September 1990. Retrieved 17 July 2014.
  6. ^Wilker, Deborah (7 May 1992). "Queen Must Decide On Replacing Freddie Mercury". Sun-Sentinel. Retrieved 17 July 2014.
  7. ^Collett-White, Mike (8 November 2010). "Queen Signs To Universal, Preps Remastered Albums". Billboard. Retrieved 17 July 2014.
  8. ^Brian May - BBC Wales Interview, Retrieved 24 May 2014.
  9. ^Lauren, Kreisler (4 June 2012). "The Official Singles Charts' biggest selling artists of all time revealed!". Official Charts Company. Archived from the original on 9 June 2012. Retrieved 12 January 2021.
  10. ^"Disco dei Queen Disco dei Queen Mother Love è l'ultimo Mercury". La Stampa (in Italian). 7 October 1995. p. 20. Retrieved 24 February 2021.
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List of All Queen Songs from 1973 to 2018 (Albums, Singles, EPs and More)

Four chaps from London, England changes the course of music history when they decided to form a ragtag Rock band named ‘Queen’ in the 1970s. Since then, Queen has been a familiar name among any music fanatic, which is an accurate indication of the band’s timeless influence on music. Queen, lead by lead vocalist Freddie Mercury, went on to become one of the highest selling acts of all time in the UK.

Lead guitarist Brian May and lead drummer Roger Taylor formed a group named ‘Smile’ which was later converted to ‘Queen’ with the income of Farrokh Bulsara (birth name of Freddie Mercury) in 1970. Queen was joined by bass guitarist John Deacon in 1973 just before their debut album release.

Since the formation of Queen in 1973, to 1991 until when Freddie Mercury passed away due a complication of HIV/AIDS, the band dominated Rock music around the world. Even after his passing, the band released ‘greatest hits’ compilation albums which recorded multi-platinum in sales. John Deacon retired from Queen in 1997 and Brian May and Roger Taylor have been carrying on the name of Queen on tours along with Paul Rogers and Adam Lambert.

Full List of Studio Albums by Queen

  1. Queen (1973)
  2. Queen II  (1974)
  3. Sheer Heart Attack (1974)
  4. A Night at the Opera (1975)
  5. A Day at the Races (1976)
  6. News of the World (1977)
  7. Jazz (1978)
  8. The Game (1980)
  9. Flash Gordon (1980)
  10. Hot Space (1982)
  11. The Works (1984)
  12. A Kind of Magic (1986)
  13. The Miracle (1989)
  14. Innuendo (1991) – final album to feature Freddie Mercury
  15. Made in Heaven (1995)
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Queen members posing for “Bohemian Rhapsody” single artwork (Image Credits: The Quietus)

Full List of Live Albums by Queen

Albums containing live performance recordings.

  1. Live Killers (1979)
  2. Live Magic (1986)
  3. At the Beeb (recorded – 1973 and released – 1989)
  4. Live at Wembley ’86 (recorded – 1986 and released – 1992)
  5. Queen on Fire – Live at the Bowl (recorded – 1982 and released – 2004)
  6. Queen Rock Montreal (recorded – 1981 and released – 2007)
  7. Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live in Budapest (recorded  – 1986 and released – 2012)
  8. Live at the Rainbow ’74 (recorded – 1974 and released – 2014)
  9. A Night at the Odeon – Hammersmith 1975 (recorded – 1975 and released – 2015)
  10. On Air (recorded 1973-1977 and released – 2016)

Full List of Compilation Albums by Queen

Contains songs compiled from different studio albums and live performances.

  1. Greatest Hits (1981)
  2. Greatest Hits II (1991)
  3. Classic Queen (1992)
  4. The 12″ Collection (1992)
  5. Queen Rocks (1997)
  6. Greatest Hits III (1999)
  7. Stone Cold Classics (2006)
  8. The A–Z of Queen, Volume 1 (2007)
  9. Absolute Greatest (2009)
  10. Deep Cuts, Volume 1 (1973–1976) (2011)
  11. Deep Cuts, Volume 2 (1977–1982) (2011)
  12. Deep Cuts, Volume 3 (1984–1995) (2011)
  13. Icon (2013)
  14. Queen Forever (2014)
  15. Bohemian Rhapsody: The Original Soundtrack (2018)

Full List of Singles by Queen

  1. “Keep Yourself Alive” (1973)
  2. “Liar” (1974)
  3. “Seven Seas of Rhye” (1974)
  4. “Killer Queen” (1974)
  5. “Now I’m Here” (1975)
  6. “Keep Yourself Alive” (re-issue) (1975)
  7. “Bohemian Rhapsody” (1975)
  8. “You’re My Best Friend” (1976)
  9. “Somebody to Love” (1976)
  10. “Tie Your Mother Down” (1977)
  11. “Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy” (1977)
  12. “Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)” (1977)
  13. “Long Away” (1977)
  14. “We Are the Champions” / “We Will Rock You” (1977)
  15. “Spread Your Wings” (1978)
  16. “It’s Late” (1978)
  17. “Bicycle Race” / “Fat Bottomed Girls” (1978)
  18. “Don’t Stop Me Now” (1979)
  19. “Jealousy” (1979)
  20. “Mustapha” (1979)
  21. “Love of My Life” (live) (1979)
  22. “We Will Rock You” (live) (1979)
  23. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” (1979)
  24. “Save Me” (1980)
  25. “Play the Game” (1980)
  26. “Another One Bites the Dust” (1980)
  27. “Need Your Loving Tonight” (1980)
  28. “Flash” (1980)
  29. “Under Pressure” (with David Bowie) (1981)
  30. “Body Language – Life is Real” (1982)
  31. “Las Palabras de Amor (The Words of Love)” (1982)
  32. “Calling All Girls – Put Out the Fire” (1982)
  33. “Staying Power” (1982)
  34. “Back Chat” (1982)
  35. “Radio Ga Ga” (1984)
  36. “I Want to Break Free” (1984)
  37. “It’s a Hard Life” (1984)
  38. “Hammer to Fall” (1984)
  39. “Tear It Up” (1984)
  40. “Thank God It’s Christmas” (1984)
  41. “One Vision” (1985)
  42. “A Kind of Magic” (1986)
  43. “Princes of the Universe” (1986)
  44. “Friends Will Be Friends” (1986)
  45. “Pain Is So Close to Pleasure” (1986)
  46. “Who Wants to Live Forever” (1986)
  47. “One Year of Love” (1986)
  48. “I Want It All” (1989)
  49. “Breakthru” (1989)
  50. “The Invisible Man” (1989)
  51. “Scandal” (1989)
  52. “The Miracle” (1989)
  53. “Innuendo” (1991)
  54. “I’m Going Slightly Mad” (1991)
  55. “Headlong” (1991)
  56. “The Show Must Go On” (1991)
  57. “Bohemian Rhapsody” / “These Are the Days of Our Lives” (1991)
  58. “Who Wants to Live Forever” [re-release] (1992)
  59. “We Will Rock You” / “We Are the Champions” (live) / (studio) (1992)
  60. “Heaven for Everyone” (1995)
  61. “A Winter’s Tale” (1995)
  62. “I Was Born to Love You” (1996)
  63. “Too Much Love Will Kill You” (1996)
  64. “Let Me Live” (1996)
  65. “You Don’t Fool Me” (1996)
  66. “No-One but You (Only the Good Die Young)” / “Tie Your Mother Down” (1997)
  67. “Under Pressure (Rah Mix)” (with David Bowie) (1999)
  68. “Princes of the Universe” (re-release) (2000)
  69. “We Will Rock You” (re-release) (2003)
  70. “Another One Bites the Dust” / “We Will Rock You” (re-release) (2003)
  71. “Keep Yourself Alive (Long-Lost Retake)” / “Stone Cold Crazy (Remastered)” (2011)
  72. “Let Me in Your Heart Again (William Orbit Mix)” (2014)
  73. “Let Me in Your Heart Again” (2014)

Full List of Extended Plays (EPs) by Queen

  1. Five Live (with George Michael and Lisa Stansfield) (1993)

(Source: Wikipedia)

There is the complete list of songs and albums by the iconic Rock band Queen. It is highly unlikely that more new music will be added to the list in the coming years. However, we will keep the list updated on any changes if necessary.

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Queen Full Album - QUEEN Debut Album 1973

I watched her sometimes roll her eyes with pleasure, and her body, clutching the handrail, was beating in convulsions. I was beginning to understand that she was just ending. And once, when once again her body was in this state, I brazenly pushing aside the grumbling passengers moved towards her and pushed.

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Well, you give it !!. And how did you like it with the boys. - Yes, in general. Imagine, I was still made such a lake yesterday. We still had one girl, she also licked me.



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